I've been meaning to write about this product for a while, but I'm no hair expert and barely even do any styling, plus I really need a haircut. However, I've decided to just do it, so excuse my bizarre parting and the fact that I really need to go to the salon, while I show you my Percy & Reed Dry Conditioner (£12). Now, mine is just a sample size that I got for free from What's In My Handbag's 'try' system. If you pay £12, you get 150ml.
I really like the packaging - it's cute and unusual and quite clean looking - I don't mind having it out on my desk. I was intrigued by the idea of a dry conditioner, as dry shampoos are great but I tend to get flyaways and other fine-hair problems that could do with added shine, but without weighing my hair down. So, here's what my hair looks like before and after:
I just sprayed the conditioner all over and then worked through with my fingers. I feel like it tames flyaways, adds shine, and yet doesn't feel sticky, greasy or heavy on the hair. The hair still has movement and does not get greasy from use. I might not use it every day - and when i want a less 'straightened' effect I just spray a little on my brush and run it through my hair to tame flyaways - but if I'm looking to add shine and tame my frizzy bits, without weighing my hair down, this is what I turn to.
Have you ever used a dry conditioner? Would you?